Agra Hyper ready for opening - Namibia
Economist.com.na - Aug 18th 2015, 10:58
Agra has said that its newest and biggest branch, Agra Hyper, will be ready for the official opening on 19 August.
His Honorable Minister, John Mutorwa of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water, and Forestry will officially open Agra Hyper on 19 August and at the grand opening on 21 August.
On the day of the branch’s opening, it was stocked with products to the value of N$28million, which included 3 000 additional product lines.
New product ranges include among other things, the DIY Depot, a paint mixing station, home décor items, an extensive range of hunting and outdoor products, power tools, electrical household appliances, and lots of home ware.
For the first time the shop had month-end specials, which are usually a big attraction at all Agra’s branches. With retail space of more than 8 000m², Agra Retail at the Agra Hyper branch promises little challenges usually accompanying the month-end bustle at other Agra branches.
52 truckloads, 35 360 bags of feeds and licks weighing 1 768 tons, were delivered before the opening, as well as four containers with fencing material and steel. Six more truckloads full of salt rock and bags of salt were also delivered. Building material and necessities such as door and window frames, bricks, sand, rock, cement, etc., and a variety of steel products in various shapes and sizes also form part of the product offering at Agra Hyper. Agra has also purchased three trucks and six forklifts in order to be able to deliver efficient customer service on the premises as well as after sales deliveries.
The Agra Retail branch at Agra Hyper’s grand opening is on Friday 21 August. Agra clients will then be included in the opening celebrations and treated with unbeatable prices on a variety of products, give-aways, and various competitions. From Economist.com.na
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